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World Innovation Forum Wrapup

Stu Miniman tagged this photo with Twitter identities I recently had the opportunity to attend the World Innovation Forum (May 5-6, 2009) and a couple of pre-conference events on May 4, 2009 – the ?WhatIf! Innovation Forum and the Paul Saffo Workshop. I was invited to blog and tweet from the balcony at the World Innovation Forum as a member ...

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Bonus – Top 10 Clayton Christensen Insights – World Innovation Forum

Taking a slightly different approach than other World Innovation Forum bloggers, I’ve distilled the second 90 minutes with Clayton Christensen down into these Top 10 Insights (primarily about health care and education): Disruption drives things towards convenience and accessibility Clayton Christensen believes that the key to healthcare is pushing care farther from the center towards nurses and users and local ...

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Top 10 Clayton Christensen Insights – World Innovation Forum

Taking a slightly different approach than other World Innovation Forum bloggers, I’ve distilled the first 90 minutes with Clayton Christensen down into these Top 10 Insights: Largest markets don’t represent the biggest growth opportunity – non-existent markets are key Sustaining innovation improves product past what people need – disruptive innovations often win by being inferior but closer to customer needs ...

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Top 10 Paul Saffo Insights – World Innovation Forum

Taking a slightly different approach than other World Innovation Forum bloggers, I’ve distilled my time with Paul Saffo down into these Top 10 Insights: There are times when the uncertainty is so great that you shouldn’t even forecast at all Google becoming richer as people ‘contribute’ search strings – Where else do you think you are consuming but actually contribute? ...

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Top 10 CK Prahalad Insights – World Innovation Forum

Taking a slightly different approach than other World Innovation Forum bloggers, I’ve distilled 90 minutes with CK Prahalad down into these Top 10 Insights: Companies achieving competitive separation will be focused on ‘next practices’, not best practices Managers must focus some of their attention on volatility and discontinuities, because if not actively managed, discontinuities become disruptions To manage volatility you ...

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